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Discovering the Art of Mathematics

Bring a Discovering the Art of Mathematics Traveling Workshop to your doorstep for FREE! Discovering the Art of Mathematics (DAoM) has developed a library of 10 free, semester and/or year long, inquiry-based learning guides for mathematics for liberal arts and other general education mathematics students. These inquiry techniques translate to a wide range of course levels, from  calculus to teacher preparation.  These curricula help empower your students to actively explore mathematics in an inquiry-based way which connects the beauty of mathematics and the process of discovery with the arts and the humanities. Due to grant funding, the Inquiry-Based Traveling Workshop Team can offer this professional development opportunity free of charge for the host institutions, for up to three workshops this year.

In DAoM traveling workshops you will:

  • Experience what mathematical inquiry can feel like in a mathematics for liberal arts class,
  • Investigate particular content areas that might connect with your liberal arts and general education students,
  • Understand and practice ways for creating a classroom environment where productive, safe, deep, and student-centered mathematical inquiry can take place,
  • Reflect on how interactions between teachers and students depend on the nature of the curriculum materials, classroom setup, and the roles teachers build for student learning.

Each workshop is tailored to the site. To inquire about a Traveling Workshop, submit the Requesting a Workshop form.

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Incorporating Discovery into Developmental Mathematics

43rd Annual Conference
San Diego, CA
November 9-12, 2017

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